Confused.com Brian The Robot Building Competition

So while playing with the Minifigures yesterday, i mean packing all the orders ūüėČ i received a phone call asking if i would assist in promoting the “Build A Brian The Robot Competition” for Confused.com.

So here goes:

There are 2 entry levels to choose from Apprentice or Master Builder, Which one will you be?

‚ÄčApprentice Builders: Build a LEGO robot to win a year‚Äôs family pass to LEGOLAND¬ģWindsor

Master Builders: Build a LEGO version of BRIAN the robot to win a LEGO Mindstorms Robotics kit and one of the cars used in our special LEGO TV ad

The challenge is to build a robot completely out of LEGO

1. Build your LEGO robot (or LEGO BRIAN)
2. Take a photo of your creation
3. Head over to the competition tab at www.facebook.com/BRIANtheRobot
4. Select your category (Apprentice or Master) and upload your photo 
5. Add a caption to describe your build a little bit

Whichever categoryyou choose to eneter into will decide which prize you may well win!!!!!

Apprentice:¬†The¬†LEGO Movie ‚Äď Rescue Reinforcements¬†set and an¬†annual family¬†pass to LEGOLAND Windsor!
Five runners up will also win a £30 LEGO Shop gift card.

Master Builder:¬†one of the exclusive¬†LEGO cars used in our special TV advert, as well as a¬†LEGO MINDSTORMS¬ģ¬†EV-3 Robotics kit!

On Sunday Night there was entire ad break that consisted of soley LEGOised adverts only! You can find Confused.com’s advert here. We loved all the ads but this has to be the best, and i would love one of those LEGO Brian Robots if anybody has one?

To see confused.com’s official page about this competition you can find all of the details here:¬†LEGO building competition

Confused.com are working with Fairybricks.org (which is a great charity who donate LEGO check them out) by donating LEGO sets for them to distribute throughout hospitals to help the children smile. If you do have any unused LEGO sets that are just taking up space then please do donate them to Fairybricks.org and we guarantee they will be appreciated!

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